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From: Lex Stein <stein@e...>
Subject: Re: [Caml-list] ocaml and large development projects

Fortunately you can amortize the cost of this change to your Makefile
across all your builds. In the limit it approaches 0.

Lex

On Sun, 18 May 2003, Ed L Cashin wrote:

> Lex Stein <stein@eecs.harvard.edu> writes:
>
> > You are missing the point. It is not true that building a program
> > requires full recompilation. The point that Prof. Hickey made was
> > that a program requires full recompilation if you make a change then
> > build *native* code.
>
> I've never used ocamlc -- I have no reason to, so I tend to think of
> ocamlopt as the ocaml compiler.  Ideally, ocamlc and ocamlopt would be
> equally flexible.
>
> It never occurred to me that I'd have to create a more complex
> makefile just to get real separate compilation during development by
> using ocamlc, doing ocamlopt only at the end.
>
> --
> --Ed L Cashin     PGP public key: http://noserose.net/e/pgp/
>
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